Master Your Management of Scoliosis using the Vestibular Neuro-Rehabilitative Approach!

  • 12 Hours of Self Paced Continuing Education

    Learning on your own time!

  • Evidence Based Update

    Learn the latest evidence-based clinical neuroscience that is emerging in the causes and management for idiopathic scoliosis

  • A Neurophysiologic Lens

    Learn how to perform a multi-modal, brain-based assessment, including proprioceptive, vestibular, cerebellar, and cortical tests

  • Primitive Reflexes

    Consider how primitive and postural reflexes influence early neuromusculoskeletal development

  • Better Manage Pain

    Learn advanced techniques and protocols for managing idiopathic scoliosis and poor posture that consider spine, TMJ, eye movements, vestibular, sensorimotor integration, and advanced neuromodulation therapiesulation modalities to manage pain and improve quality of life.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Module 1-2: Introduction

    • Notes: Welcome to Vestibular Neuro-Rehab for the Spine - Scoliosis!

    • Welcome to Vestibular Neuro-Rehab for the Spine - Scoliosis!

    • Course Introduction & Overview

  • 2

    Module 3-4: Spinal Neurophysiology

    • Notes: Part A - Spinal Control Neurophysiology

    • Part A - Spinal Control Neurophysiology

    • Notes: Part B - Spinal Control Neurophysiology

    • Part B - Spinal Control Neurophysiology

    • Quiz: Spinal Neurophysiology

    • References:

  • 3

    Module 5: Scoliosis Neurophysiology

    • Notes: Scoliosis Neurophysiology

    • Scoliosis Neurophysiology

    • Quiz: Scoliosis Neurophysiology

    • References:

  • 4

    Module 6: Primitive Reflexes & Scoliosis

    • Notes: Primitive Reflexes & Scoliosis

    • Primitive Reflexes & Scoliosis

    • Quiz: Primitive Relexes & Scoliosis

    • References:

  • 5

    Module 7-10: Proprioception

    • Notes: Part A - Proprioception & Scoliosis

    • Part A - Proprioception & Scoliosis

    • Notes: Proprioception & Scoliosis Part-B

    • Part B - Proprioception & Scoliosis

    • Notes: Part C - Proprioception & Scoliosis

    • Part C - Sensorimotor Proprioception & Scoliosis

    • Notes: Part D - Proprioception & Scoliosis

    • Part D - Proprioception & Scoliosis

    • Quiz: Proprioception & Scoliosis

    • References:

  • 6

    Module 11: Sensory Discrimination

    • Notes: Sensory Discrimination & Scoliosis

    • Sensory Discrimination & Scoliosis

    • Quiz: Sensory Discrimination and Scoliosis

    • References:

  • 7

    Module 12: Oculomotor: Assessment & Management

    • Notes: Oculomotor Assessment & Management

    • Oculomotor Assessment & Management

    • Quiz: Oculomotor

    • References:

  • 8

    Module 13: Balance & Gait: Assessment & Management

    • Notes: Balance & Gait

    • Balance & Gait

    • Quiz: Balance & Gait

    • References:

  • 9

    Module 14-16: Vestibular Integration & Scoliosis

    • Notes: Part A - Vestibular Integration & Scoliosis

    • Part A - Vestibular Integration & Scoliosis

    • Notes: Part B - Vestibular Integration & Scoliosis

    • Part B - Vestibular Integration & Scoliosis

    • Notes: Part C - Vestibular Integration & Scoliosis

    • Part C - Vestibular Integration & Scoliosis

    • Quiz: Vestibular Integration & Scoliosis

    • References:

  • 10

    Module 17: Neuromodulation & Scoliosis

    • Notes: Neuromodulation

    • Neuromodulation

    • Quiz: Neuromodulation

    • References:

  • 11

    Module 18: Integrative Management of Scoliosis

    • Notes: Integrative Management of Scoliosis

    • Quiz: Integrative Management of Scoliosis

    • Integrative Management of Scoliosis

Your Instructor

BMedSci(Hons), MChiro ICSSD, DACNB, PhD candidate in Neuroscience - Vestibular Rehabilitation (UNSW)

Carlo Rinaudo

Dr Carlo Rinaudo is a registered Chiropractor with post-graduate training in Functional Neuro-Rehabilitation (Functional Neurology). Dr Rinaudo is the clinic director of a multidisciplined clinic, focused on helping people with dizziness and balance related conditions. He is currently undertaking a PhD in Vestibular (balance) therapy at University of New South Wales and Neuroscience Research Australia (www.NeuRA.edu.au), working alongside leading researchers and Neurologist in the field. His training in Australia and overseas with Prof Ted Carrick and at the Cerebrum Health Centers (www.cerebrum.com), has led him to become a sought after practitioner when it comes to helping people suffering from concussions, whiplash, mild and acquired brain injuries, balance and vertigo disorders like BPPV, vestibular migraines and Mal De Debarquement syndrome. He is a sought after lecturer and speaker at national and local events on these topics, as well as a previous sessional lecturer and tutor with Macquarie University. Carlo graduated from Sydney University with Honours in Medical Science prior to undertaking Masters of Chiropractic at Macquarie University.

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